Legendary singer, songwriter and performer John Prine will embark on a select series of tour dates in 2018. The tour includes a very special co-headline show at New York’s Radio City Music Hall on April 13 with Sturgill Simpson (solo) as well as dates at Philadelphia’s Merriam Theatre on April 14, Chicago’s Chicago Theatre on April 27, San Francisco’s Warfield on May 24 and Norfolk’s Chrysler Hall on June 2 among others.
Isle Empire/Mensch House Records is thrilled to announce that Common Kings has been nominated for their acclaimed debut album Lost In Paradise in the “Best Reggae Album” category at the 60th GRAMMYS®. The band, who is currently on their “Broken Crowns” tour with Matisyahu, continues to receive press accolades and win over fans nationwide with the San Antonio Current hailing “I can say confidently that Common Kings might be in my top five performances.”
The video for Whiskey Shivers new song “Reckless” continues with the bands tradition of creating visually arresting and innovative videos. Wadleigh’s concept was simple - find a way to make a room that could spin in order to generate enough force to make the band stick to the walls – all while playing the song. Enter a couple of MIT educated mechanical engineers, an army of volunteers, a 360 camera rig, and a bunch of breakable dinnerware and you get “Reckless.” The band admits that contraption was a “DIY carnival ride that could have gone way wrong.”
One of the longest running Grateful Dead tribute bands in the world, Shakedown Street, makes its home in and around the Rocky Mountain region of North America. Spawned from jam sessions at the Ancient Mariner bar in Manitou Springs, Colorado in 1987, Shakedown Street quickly grew in popularity, and garnered a legion of loyal fans who refer to themselves as "Shakeheads". In a few short years, throngs of "Shakeheads" could be found on the highways and byways of the Rocky Mountains, making their way to another Shakedown Street show.
Country Music Roots and GRAMMY Award-winning Ensemble Old Crow Medicine Show joins recent GRAMMY Award-nominee Kesha for an all-new “CMT Crossroads” collaboration premiering THIS Wednesday, December 6 at 10 PM ET/PT.
Taped in front of a live audience and led by accomplished string band Old Crow Medicine Show the one-hour show features new twists on Old Crow Medicine Show favorites “Wagon Wheel,” “Tell It To Me” and the all-new, never-before-heard song “Flicker & Shine.”
Nashville-based country pop singer Emily Hackett recorded a cover of John Lennon's "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" just in time for the holidays. "Recording this song has always been on my bucket list and the timing of it just seemed so appropriate with everything going on in the world this year."
Lunar Fire brings unique Tribal Cirque to the Fox in Boulder Friday Dec 15 to celebrate the release of new electronic world music album "Ancient Guides." Step out of the ordinary and into a "Mid Winter Night's Dream" with Lunar Fire's live music & theatrical dance spectacle following Soulacybin, Xerephine and Alais Clay. Portion of proceeds from the event go to emergency disaster relief funds around the world. Free Lunar Fire "Ancient Guides" new album download with advance ticket purchase, only $12.
Lotus announces their winter tour today. The band is back on the road full time this February as they make their way from Morgantown, WV on Feb 7th, across the country, and back east to Raleigh, NC on March 3rd. Limited tickets are now available via Lotus Ticketing, including Early Bird pricing for 2/9 in Chicago and 2/28 in Knoxville.